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Respected, Knowledgeable Workers' Compensation Attorneys for Clients in Athens and Hartwell

In Georgia, workers' compensation is an insurance program that provides payment of medical treatment and a portion of weekly earnings to employees who are injured while working.

Workers' compensation is a "no-fault" system. This means it does not matter if the injured employee was the cause of the injuries.

Are you and your family in need of workers' compensation benefits after a serious accident at work?

Have your benefits been delayed, denied or underpaid?

For workers' comp representation in Athens, Hartwell, and throughout Northeast Georgia, you should speak with the skilled lawyers at The Van Dora Law Firm, LLC.

Compassionate, client-focused workplace accident attorneys Tash J. Van Dora and Jeremiah T. Van Dora bring more than 40 years of combined experience, and a team approach to your legal, financial and health care problems after a serious mishap on the job.

Experienced Representation For Victims Of Serious Workplace Injuries

The firm's proven, full-service strengths lie in workers' compensation practice areas such as temporary and permanent disability benefits, partial and total; rehabilitation and death benefits; advocacy for workers whose neck, back, knee, shoulder and catastrophic injuries have prevented them from returning to their jobs; and commitment to survivors of workers who have died in a work accident.

Are you concerned about the cost of our quality representation? Don't be. Our contingency fee policy means that you owe no attorney fee unless we secure benefits for you.

Your free initial compensation with our experienced workers' compensation attorneys is free of charge, and can be conducted at your home or hospital room if your injuries have confined you there. Reach us locally by calling 706-377-4044 in the Athens or the Hartwell area. We welcome your email message.

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